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Ground2k4 map center coords

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Good day all!I'm not new to scenery design but it semms i have a serious problem now, since i couldnt find any map for LHSM airport, im using the AIS GMC map as a map for my scenery to paint things in g2k4, however i only know the center pixel coordinate of my map : That is N46:41:10.85 E017:09:32.56.and my pixel per meter is 2,4. However its the first time that im using this function, and i got a serious problem, it accepts the first coordianet but not the E one, i think i typed everything correct, and i think its a prram bug , but if anyone knows the solution please help me, it gives erreour (501) when trying to accept that coordinate, here is a screenshot of what he doesen'taccept:ground2k4.jpgThanks for the answers, in advance, bye.

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Hello Zoli,It is a little hard to see the coordinates in that image. Perhaps you could indicate what you are putting in there. You might also try using decimal degrees and see if that works.Best regards.Luis

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" : That is N46:41:10.85 E:+ 0 :+ 17:09:32.56."It is probably the 0 after the E but before 17:09:32.56

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Hi thanks for the answeri m using the exact settings what he shows below i told you that he aceepted the N ccordinate like that: so it look s like N46:51:46 etc...i dont know how to convert to the 46.24235 , but it seems he doesent accept that either, couse i tried to convert somehow i dont know exactly how i managed, and i think its wrong, but he didnt accept that either

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Okay this is a prograqm bug, it have let me type with N to both lat and logntitude, but not with E, i have used the decimal format and now it works, thanks for the answers...:D

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